Gas Works Park on Lake Union in Seattle
Gas Works Park, 2101 N Northlake Way, Seattle, WA 98103, USA
The See Jane Run Half Marathon starts and ends at Gas Works Park. Along the course you will travel through the unique Fremont area, over the Fremont Bridge along the Ship Canal Path and south around Lake Union. Return to Gas Works Park via the University Bridge and the lovely Wallingford Neighborhood. You'll get scenic views of Seattle waterways, floating homes, parks and quirky neighborhoods.
For its Seattle half marathon (as well as its 5K and one-mile kids’ fun run), the See Jane Run race is set to follow an out-and-back course that will start and finish just north of Seattle’s downtown, on the grounds of Gas Works Park, overlooking the waters of Lake Union.
From there, the course takes runners along a combination of roads and the running, walking and biking trails that surround Lake Union, including a pair of bridge crossings — across the Fremont Avenue Bridge early in the race, and the University Bridge in the second half.
A former coal gasification plant that was converted into a public park in the 1970s, Gas Works Park today still contains old ruins of the former Seattle Gas & Light Company buildings and factories that once occupied this small peninsula that juts out into the lake, which prompted the Seattle Times website to observe, “Gas Works Park is easily the strangest park in Seattle, and may rank among the strangest in the world.”
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